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Tuition and Costs

Tuition Due Dates
Bills are sent approximately two weeks prior to the due date.  You must be enrolled in a term to be billed for tuition and fees.

NOTE:  Executive MBA students are enrolled in Fall, Winter, and Combined Spring/Summer terms.

 
Term Due Date
Fall August 31
Winter Always first day of University of Michigan winter term.  For 2013:  January 9
Spring April 30
Spring/Summer April 30
Summer June 30

University of Michigan Payment Options
For information on University of Michigan payment options, please visit the Student Financial Services website.

Residency Regulations
For questions regarding residency regulations, please contact: Residency Classification Office (734) 764-1400
 

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Part-time MBA Programs (Evening and Weekend) - Tuition and Costs

Total tuition and fees to complete the Evening and Weekend MBA formats are estimated at $104,000 in-state and $114,000 out-of-state. This estimate is based on 2013-2014 tuition rates, which were approved in June 2013. Evening MBA studentsí annual budgets will vary based on the pace at which they complete the program.

Evening students enjoy a flexible format in which they take courses at their own pace.

bullet To complete the degree, students must earn 60 credits.
bullet The standard credit load for Evening MBA students is set at 7.5 credits the first term and up to 9 per full term thereafter and 3 credits per half term. Students may take fewer credits per term based on work demands, or request a slight increase in credit load if employed less than full-time.
bullet Some 80 percent of Evening students finish the program between 2.5 and 4.5 years.
bullet All tuition rates are subject to regentsí approval and change. To view tuition and fee updates, please visit the Office of the Registrar.
bullet Evening MBA Tuition Calculator.

Weekend students enjoy a structured, cohort-based program that meets every other weekend for 24 months.

bullet To complete the degree, students must earn 60 credits.
bullet Credits range between 9 and 12 per term. (See Curriculum page for term-specific details.)
bullet All Weekend students complete the program in two years.
bullet The spring-summer tuition rate for Weekend MBA students includes the university-required resident or non-resident assessment. Students who believe their status should be changed to in-state should review the residency website for the appeal process. 
bullet All tuition rates are subject to Regent approval and change. To view tuition and fee updates, please visit the Office of the Registrar.
 

Evening and Weekend Students:

US citizen and permanent resident students may borrow federal or private loans to cover the cost of tuition and fees. International students may borrow private loans but will need a US citizen or permanent resident cosigner.

See Financial Aid Overview:  U.S.Citizen/Permanent Resident or International.

Tuition & Fees (estimated for total of 60 credits)  $ 104,000 (in-state)

$114,000 (out-of-state)